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Bobby Flay's Boy Meets Grill: With More Than 125 Bold New Recipes by Bobby Flay and Joan Schwartz

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  • Whole red snapper with warm Asian vinaigrette

    • adelina on November 15, 2015

      This is the second time I'm making this, and the family loves it. The Asian vinaigrette is a great compliment to the fish. This last time I combined cilantro, dill, parsley, green onions. I also added some balsamic vinegar. I wanted to have more herbs and also since I did not enough soy sauce. It's a very flexible vinaigrette.

  • Butterflied chicken with lemon, garlic, and basil

    • Lindalib on July 06, 2012

      Excellent recipe. We used fresh basil from the garden and cooked using charcoal. The fresh basil, lemon, and charcoal flavors blended very well with just enough hint of each flavor to enhance the chicken. We set the charcoal on opposite sides of the grill, cooking the chicken between the coal piles. This resulted in a longer cooking time than called for in the recipe. We left the chicken alone for about 45 minutes. Then, placed the chicken directly over the coals 5 minutes on each side to finish. This resulted in a brown skin and very moist chicken, practically falling off the bones.

  • Grilled shrimp cocktail with tomato-horseradish dipping sauce

    • cthdawn on November 24, 2012

      totally awesome; used vine tomatoes instead because they were better at the store; added zest of lemon and lime also and a touch of wasabi finishing sauce which added to the bite. BIG hit at thanksgiving; very easy to make; added the cocktail sauce to peoples bloody mary's also; worked beautifully

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  • ISBN 10 0786864907
  • ISBN 13 9780786864904
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  • Published Oct 01 1970
  • Format Hardcover
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Hyperion
  • Imprint Hyperion

Publishers Text

America's Hottest Chef takes on America's favorite summer pastime. Bobby Flay is cool, too, with a casual and bold approach to cooking that makes the most of simple foods and fiery sauces. Learning to grill with Bobby means good times, good friends and great food. Bobby makes grilling so easy, so much fun and so delicious, he'll prove to you, too, that, Once you know how to grill, it's real easy to chill.

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